The Tennessee Titans (-3) are making a trip west to battle the Oakland Raiders at Oakland Coliseum. This vital late afternoon matchup will get going at 4:25 p.m. ET and fans can tune in to the action on CBS.
Week 14 Betting Preview: Oakland Raiders vs. Tennessee Titans
Oakland is the underdog in this AFC game and is currently getting 3 points. The Titans are also receiving -150 moneyline odds while the Raiders are +130. Some good live betting scenarios could present themselves during the game, and Vegas has placed the over/under (O/U) at 46.5 points.
Early action has moved toward the Titans, as the line opened at 0. The game’s total hasn’t moved after it was initially set at 46.5.
Each team has been profitable this season as the Titans have gained 2.4 units and the Raiders are ahead 1.9 units.
The Titans are 7-5 straight up (SU) in 2019 while the Raiders are 6-6 SU.
Oakland enters this contest on a zero-game winning streak while Tennessee has lost each of its last zero. The Titans are coming off a resounding 31-17 win over Indianapolis in Week 13. Ryan Tannehill completed 17-of-22 passes for only 182 yards and two touchdowns. Derrick Henry (149 rushing yards on 26 attempts, one TD) spearheaded the ground attack in the win. Henry (three receptions, 17 yards) and A.J. Brown (three catches, 45 yards) shared the receiving duties.
Back in Week 13, Kansas City knocked off this Oakland crew by a score of 40-9. The Raiders allowed the Chiefs to pass for 175 yards and rush for 96 more. Travis Kelce had a solid outing in the win for Kansas City, accounting for 90 yards on five catches. For Oakland, Derek Carr completed 20-of-30 passes for 222 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Josh Jacobs (104 rushing yards on 17 attempts) handled the ground attack in the defeat as Darren Waller (seven receptions, 100 yards) and DeAndre Washington (three catches, 44 yards) led the pass-catching corps.
Tennessee’s run the ball on 48.8 percent of its offensive possessions this year while Oakland has an overall rush percentage of 46.7 percent. The Titans have produced 125.4 rush yards per game and have 14 scores via handoffs this year. The Raiders are averaging 122.7 rushing yards per game and have 10 total rush TDs.
If 2019 results can translate to this game, then it’s looking like the Raiders could hold an advantage in the trenches, as their offensive line has allowed only 18 sacks while the D-line has registered 27 sacks. The Titans offensive line has given up 49 sacks and their defense has sacked opposing QBs on just 33 occasions.
The Titans offensive scheme has averaged 232.7 yards through the air overall and has 19 passing scores so far. The Raiders have recorded 241.6 pass yards per game and have 17 total pass TDs.
Defensively, Tennessee has allowed opponents to run for an average of 102 yards and pass for 277.3 yards per game. The Oakland defense has allowed 275.6 yards per game to opposing passers and 103.6 yards per game to opposing runners. The Titans are allowing an adjusted net yards per pass attempt (ANY/A) of just 6.04 to opposing QBs, while the Raiders have given up a 7.62 ANY/A.
Passing-wise, Tannehill has put up 1,343 yards this season, and has connected on 72 percent of his 158 attempts with 10 passing scores and four interceptions. Tannehill has a 6.59 adjusted net yards per pass attempt overall, although that number sits at 10.00 over the past two games.
For the home team, Derek Carr has completed 244-of-340 passes for 2,716 yards, 16 TDs and seven INTs. Carr’s ANY/A sits at 7.32 for the year and 3.58 across his past two games.
Tennessee Titans vs. Oakland Raiders Free NFL Tip
SU Winner: Raiders, ATS Winner: Raiders, O/U: Over
Team Betting Notes
- The Tennessee defensive unit has 33 sacks on the year while Oakland has just 27.
- The Oakland offense has lost seven fumbles in 2019 while Tennessee has lost eight.
- The Titans offense has recorded nine pass plays of 40 or more yards, while the Raiders have put up four such plays.
- The Tennessee defense has allowed six pass plays of 40+ yards, while Oakland has given up 13 such plays.
- The Tennessee offense has created eight rushing plays of 20+ yards, while Oakland has created 10 such runs.
- The Titans defense has allowed five rushing plays of 20 yards or more, while the Raiders have given up seven such runs.
- The O/U for Oakland’s last match was set at 50.5. The under cashed in the 40-9 defeat to Kansas City.
- Over its last three games, Oakland is 0-3 ATS and the under cashed in each of those three.
- Over its last three matchups, Tennessee is 3-0 ATS and the over cashed in each of those three.
- Tennessee has won six of its last seven games SU, with a 10-point defeat to Carolina on November 3rd representing the only loss over that span.
- The Over/Under for Tennessee’s last game was 42. The over cashed in the team’s 31-17 victory over Indianapolis.
- As a team, Tennessee has averaged 6.7 yards per carry over its past three games and 5.9 over its last two.
- Oakland has averaged 3.7 yards per carry over its last three outings and 4.0 over its past two.